Dance-pop sextet Can-Linn was shaped as Ireland’s entry for the 2014 Eurovision Music Contest. The group was the brainchild of Hazel Kaneswaran, who got sung for the pop work Dove in the ’90s and almost joined up with Women Aloud before she was disqualified from its mother or father skill display, Popstars: The Competitors, to be ten days as well older. When she was selected to “coach” among the five organizations contending in Ireland’s pre-Eurovision competition Eurosong for an opportunity to represent their country in the grand last, Kaneswaran had been a well-known encounter within the Irish pop picture. She was friends with X Element judge Louis Walsh, for whose protégés Jedward she wrote some tracks, and was herself a judge within the RTÉ skill display You’re a Celebrity. Teaming up with award-winning Swedish pop songwriters Jonas Gladnikoff, Rasmus Palmgren, and Patrizia Helander, she had written the music “Heartbeat,” an inspirational dance-pop quantity having a Celtic taste, and go about putting together an organization to execute the music. Featuring fiddler Sarah Might Rogers, support vocalists Jenny Bowden and Donna Bissett, and dancers Thomas Spratt and Tarik Shebani, the sextet was fronted from the charismatic Kasey Smith, who got once been portion of Walsh’s short-lived Irish woman group Wonderland. Kaneswaran called the group Can-Linn, that was advertised as having been “produced from the Irish for ‘to sing collectively'” but in fact means “sing around.” The group eventually dropped out in the Eurovision competition, eventually completing 12th. Their music premiered as an individual in Ireland and visited number 39 over the charts.